Ferndale High School - Aquila Yearbook (Ferndale, WA)
- Class of 1951
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THE CLASS of 1951
FERNDALE I-HGH SCHOOL
Hlgh School llfe may be llkened to the voyage of a shlp at sea At tlmes the
weather s stormy and the golng rough But the mlghty waves are stopped by
the calm that follows the storm We have fan weathel at sea Anothel stolm
comes as we prog1ess on ou1 way lllltll fmally on the dlSt3llt hOI'1Z0l1 appears
our d6StlI1EitlOIl, graduatxon
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Q The school year 1950-51 has been a period of
unrest and uncertainty in world affairs.
dents in high school will better equip you to be a
positive influence in the solving of community.
national and world problems.
F. E. ALEXANDER
We hope that the training received by you stu-
The nineteen fifty-one edi-
tion of the Aquila should be
appreciated by the students
and especially the seniors.
The cost of an annual is
between one thousand and
fifteen hundred dollars even
though the staff members'
efforts are voluntary.
Greetings to the students of Ferndale High
This has been a big year in our school, much has
been accomplished, and we are proud of your
We will miss you seniors and we wish you suc-
cess in the future.
D. H. ,CONE
The time and expenditure
involved can only be justl
fied by a sincere apprecl
ation of your yearbook
W. A. GATES
DESSIE MAY DUNAGAN
AN ITA BERRY
ROY F RANKO
Boys, P. E.
Head of Music Department
Girls' P. E.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION and SCHOOL BUSES
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Acting as the executive
board ofthe band. this group
planned all appearances and
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retary, treasurer, and two
members at large.
Left to right: H. Johnson, P. Matz, Danny Beatty. L. Johnson,
Engler, Mr. Carr, adviser.
Standing: Jean Needham, Beuzenberg, P. Needham, Beck, D.
Hanson. Seated: L. Bice, Danny Beatty, Sundean, E. Groves.
To promote better school
spirit, as their aim, this
group organized pep assem-
blies, pep rallies, and decor-
ated for games. It is com-
posed of two representatives
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GRACE VAN WOUDENBERG
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Dorothw Karb erond row Cf'OfgP Ardith firangf-r Fox Ada John D John-on -Xrthur Granger.
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Be kman Kihl r D Fore-t Fmkbonner Fourth row Con Baver Kramer Corderman Harri-
man fol Haul Borak r Brulanfl NI John-on Fifth row E Hoffman Erick-on Ea twood,
f r ll f forn P uz nberg H John-on R Hoffman for-I-gzner Fenton 'Not pictured.
Blimquit l'-riff-r fsraham D Han-on
Representing the larvf- t fla in -rhool the unior were about 113 tronv this vear.
Fir t bu mes ronfrontmg them ua the eleftlon of offlfer Cordon Reimer serve
as president other offirer were Xureen Nxedm Jerri lfefh and Junior Kolstad.
Miss Wx nne and 'Nlr Franl-co were their bust adslser
Raising monew for the annual Junior and Senior Banquet was the mam project of
the year Early in Ovtober the cla s sponsored a Pie Xftion which netted them about
825. Th,y.also had the right. to the f f rl concexiion at all the home football games.
Lorelie Bice represented her class as the junior member of the cheering staff. Pep
Committee members were: Dorothy Hanson, and Jimmie Beuzenberg. Junior major-
ette was Nlarj. Loomer, who with the other twirlers, dirl her part by making special
appearances and marching with the band. Many juniors played and marched in the
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First row: M. Mork, Gerald Sibley, Leech, Lee, Smith, Swobody, Tuttle, Reinke, Willems.
Second row: Lane, Whiteley, Olson, Phair, Perry, Geraldine Sibley, Morsman, Moore. Third row.
LaBounty. Taylor, Beverly Monroe, McAfee, Martin, Betty Valentine, Shilleto, C. Reinwr, C
Reichlen, J. Olson. Fourth row: Wilson, L. Marshall, Sandow, Svedin, Moritz, Bob Valentine
M. Thiessen, Spry. Reilley, Loomer, LaFave. Fifth row: McConnaughey, Lee, Pomeroy, C. Reimer
Wertman. Young. Suggs, Moyes, Wolfe, Barbara Monroe, Willand. Not pictured: McNallie, Nordlry
O'Callaghan. Pottle, Schwisow, Whalen, Friesen.
Members of the band were: Lois Marshall, Emerson McNallie, Marj Loomer,
Elaine Wl1iteley', Rod Hofman, Howard Johnson, and Ordean -Willand. Singing with
Mr. Carr's chorus were: Reicklin, Freedman, McAfee, Freisen, Valentine, Karb, Wil-
lems, Moritz, Shilleto, Wolfe, Friberg, Blomquist, Boraker, Willand, Corn, Schwisow,
Beuzenberg, Suggs, Wertman, and O'Callaghan.
In the athletic department of our school half-back, Bob Suggs, was the regular place
kicker with the football team. Other regulars and substitutes were: Wertman, Corn,
Willand, Reimer, Hofman, Kinley, Wolfe, Swobody, Leech, Hawley, Kolstad, Boraker,
Corderman, Gorze, Johnson, Blomquist, Kinnee, Smith, LaFave, Schwisow, Cole,
Pottle, and Creasy. L
Working for the second year on the annual were Ed Kramer, assistant business
manager, and Donna Kiel as associate editor. Elaine Groves and Aureen Svedin were
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First row: Cole, Holden, Graham, Jonson, Bozarth, Gowens, M. John. Second row: Irwin, East-
wood, Fisher, DeLong, V. Johnson, Handy, Barnhardt, Hamblin, Bosler. Third row: Cowan,
Groves, Clarkson, Altona, J. James, Behme, R. James, M. Friberg, Brisky, Dale Jensen, Bayer.
Fourth row: Cudbranson, Dave Beatty, Darrel Erickson, L. Erickson, Gorsegner, Hand, M. Burrous
P. Burroughs, Brown. Not pictured: Cagey, Eklor, Doyle Jensen.
About eighty-five students, from Custer Junior High, and Ferndale Junior High,
banded together to begin their stormy voyage through Ferndale High. As sophomores
they will be known as the class of '53.
As is the case in all but the senior class, the boys outnumbered the girls. They first
made their majority felt by electing a three-boy, and one-girl executive board to pilot
them through the first year of high school. Dave Beatty was president, the other offi-
cers were: Ardith Marshall, John Melcher, and Dale Jensen.
Marlene Groves was elected cheer-leader for the high school, and did her part to
booster the cheering section. Also along the line of school pep and spirit, Jean Need-
ham and Ray Sundean served as board members of the Pep Committee.
Many of the girls were active in FHA. They worked on various com-
mittees throughout the year and in general took part in all projects.
Betty Kiel was sophomore representative on the FHA executive board.
First row: Don Sperry, A. Smith, Willand, Revey, Riley, Riggle, Mason, Whitner, Ulrich. Second
row: Van Woudenberg, C. Monroe, ,lean Needham, Joan Needham, E. Monroe, Marshall, McCall,
Vroman, Vickers, Moore. Third row: W. McKay, Soderberg, Victor, Sundean, A. Larsen, Nelson,
Stenherg, W. Larson, Pearson, Kramer, J. McKay. Fourth row: Nordby, Ott, Pederson, Kelln,
Planner, Robertson, Young, K. McKay, Melcher, Lofdahl, Kiel. Not pictured: Paulson, D. Smith,
Showing their interest and ability in athletics, a number of the boys turned out and
lettered in football. Sophomore members of the squad included: Lee Erickson, Gary
Hand, Ronnie Handy, Dale and Doyle Jensen, Adolph and Wayne Larsen, Kenneth
McKay, John Pinner, and Glen Thomason. Earning their letters as student managers
with the squad were Johnnie Behme and Ray Sundean.
Representing their class on the Aquila Staff were Ronnie Handy as assistant business
manager and Beverly Robertson as assistant editor.
In order to make the all school carnival a complete success a number of the sopho-
mores took an active part, some as concession chairman, and others as members of
Proudly wearing the blue and grey of the band were: Ruth Altona, Dave Beatty,
Johnnie Behme, Pat Clarkson, ,lim Irwin, Johnne James, Maxine Vroman, Pat Wvhitner,
and Kennith McKay.
Also in the line of music about five sophomore members of the chorus, which is
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First row: Ulrich, James, Dave Beatty, Kem, C. Reilly, Loney, B. Reilly. L. Smith, Brown, McAfee.
Second row: Whiteley, Pearson, Riley, Clarkson, Whitner, K. McKay, Irwin, Matz, Vroman, Hand,
Thiessin, R. Altona, Lofdahl, Lancaster, Pinner. Third row: Shetler, L. Johnson, Marshall, Hastings,
Behme, McNallie, T. Altona. Hofman, Danny Beatty. H. Johnson, Willand, Engler. Standing'
Plaster, Shilleto, Loomer.
A busy schedule began when the band marched and played IH the
lnternatlonal Peace Arch services at Blame
At each home football game the band provided the entertalnment
with their music and some marching maneuvers
January 29 the band performed for the publlc by presenting the
annual Band Concert The program was made up of many types of
numbers the most dlff1CUlt being the well known Light Cavalry Over
On two dlfferent occasions the band put on concerts for the student
The Spring Concert and the Memorlal Day Services are also scheduled
The Chorus made its main appearance of the year, when the group
presented a cantata at the Christmas Vesper Services.
At intermission during the Band Concert, the Chorus sang three
An operetta to be presented in the spring is being planned now. Also,
the Chorus is scheduled to participate in the Spring Festival and the
As a special project of the year, the Chorus sent one of its most out-
standing members to represent the high school at a combined band.
orchestra, and chorus festival held in Montana. Students attended from
all of the far-western states.
First row: C. Nelson. BI. Bice, J. Dunkin, Field, Graham, Fredman, Matz, Revey, L. Bice, Friesan
Second row: McAfee, Nordtvedt. N. Dunkin, Howell, Barrett, O'Neall, Reichlin, Brisky, I. Nelson
Valentine. Jones, Henrikson. Third row: Finley, Johnson, Karb, Reilly, Williams, Dick, Dyck
Hawkinson. Mortize, Shilleto, Araway, Karb, M. Pederson. Fourth row: Altona, O'Callahan, Woods
Willand. Boraker, Blomquist. Guthrie, Friberg, Wolf, Sager, Christofferson. Fifth row: Corn
Beuzenberg, Schwisow, Pederson, R. Nelson, Suggs, Gorsegner, Wertman, Lingbloom, Mr. Carr
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First row: N. Dunkin, J. Dunkin, Nelson, Elsasser, Ulrich, Whiteley, Reilly. Second row: Grout,
Alley, S. Lee, Friberg, M. Groves, Taylor, McKay, Irwin, J. Perry, Lofdahl, O. Lee. Back row:
Nordby, B. Kiel, Carter, H. Johnson, Willand, Hofman.
The Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Eugene Robbins, made appearances at
the Vesper Services, when they accompanied the Chorus, during all their numbers, at
the Senior Play, when they played the opening overture, and music at intermission.
Also this group will take part in the Spring Festival, and play for graduation exercises.
It is hoped that from year to year the Orchestra will increase in number and experi-
ence. At present it is composed largely of junior high students who have been playing
instruments only a short time. As they progress on into high school the Orchestra
should also grow and become a more experienced group.
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First row: Pederson, full back, Altona, endg Lee, end, Wertman, endg Lingbloom, center, Corn,
end. Second row: Winand, guard, Sager, end, Clarkson, quarter hackg Reimer, end, Suggs, half
hack, Hofman, guard. Third row: Kinley, tackle, Wolfe, end, Swobody, guard, Leech, guard,
Hawley, guard: Kolstad, guard. Fourth row: Boraker, half backg O'Brien, guardg Corderman, full
back, Handy, half backg Gorze, half back.
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hack: McKay. cvntcr. Second row: Schwiaow. vvntcr: Rogers. Iam-klvg Erickson. Cr-nic-r: Boyd.
tacklvg Colo. tacklvg Harriman. quarter hack. Third row: Pottlo. ond: Thomason. quarter hack:
LaFave, guardg Smith. tackle: Tuttlff, guard: Wayne Larsen. guard. Fourth row: Dale- ,lr-nsvn. half
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Front row: Suggs, Christofferson, Whalen, H. Johnson, Reimer, Erickson, Coates.
Standing: Swobody, Managerg Cole, Sager, Pottle, Jensen Lowery, Coach, Harriman, Gorze
April 13--Meridian at Ferndale April 27-Ferndale at Blaine
April 20-Ferndale at Lynden May 4-Nooksack at Ferndale
May 11-Ferndale at Mt. Baker
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First row: L. Erickson, Altona, Boraker, Dale Jensen, LaBounty, Hawley, Tuttle, Doyle Jensen,
Beck. Handy. Second row: Beuzenberg, Thomason, LaFave, Thiessen, Wertman, Schwisow, Willand,
Cole. Clarkson. Third row: Kolstad. Boyd, Jensen, Nordby, Sager. Johnson, Harriman, Pearson,
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ALL-STATE TRACKMEN-Daws, Franko, Sager
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First row: Boraker, Leech, Swobody, E. Kramer, Gorze, Creasy, E. Alley, Guthrie,
Corderman, Handy, Adviser Franko. Second row: Pearson, N. Alley, Clarkson, Cole,
O'Brine, Beck, Hawley, Harriman, Coates, Woods, Sager. Third row: B. Jensen, Ling-
bloom, Pederson, Altona, Reimer, H. Erickson, Suggs, Doyle Jensen, Rogers, Hofman,
Johnson, Adviser Thompson.
These two groups, the Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, and the Lettermen's Club, are both
primarily interested in promoting athletics
within our school.
The G.A.A. is open to all girls who have
earned their letter by turning out for the four
major girls' sports and various extra activitiesg
or sophomore girls who plan to work for their
The Lettermen's Club is made up of boys
who have eamed their letters in one or more
of the four major sports-football, basketball,
track, and baseballg or boys who have served
the teams as manager.
The printing press, which is the property of
the Lettermen, turned out many a ticket and
program for F.H.S. this year.
The Lettermen also ran the candy concession
during the year.
Standing: Kiel, treasurer, Moritz, vice
president, Miss Hodge, adviser. Seated
M. Bice, presidentg D. Hansen, secre
First row: Hanson, DeForest, Myers, N. Dunkin, Nordtvedt, Matz, J. Dunkin, Jonson, Graham
7 g W Granger, Nelson, Sutherland, Svedin, Dick. Second row: Corderman, Vanwoudenberg, Shetler
az Nm Sandow, Sundean, Engelson, McCall, Reilly, Kramer, M. Johnson, King, Thiessen, Bruland
Williams. Third row: Pearson, Burroughs, Ebe, Weiermiller, LaBounty, Hagen, Groves, B. Kiel,
D. Kiel, Barnhardt, McConnaughey, Monroe, Lee, Robertson, Beatty, Kelln.
The Discussion Club met regularly on
Monday night throughout the year to
discuss such matters as foreign affairs,
and advertising. Their main purpose
was to preserve the old art of conversa-
Composed of those students from each
of the three classes who maintained
high grades during the school year, the
Torch Honor group was an honorary
this year, and did not function as a
First row: Kinnee, Sutherland, Matz, Myers,
Reichlin, Johnson. Second row: Irwin, Cran-
ger, Weiermiller, Vanwoudenberg, King, Bru-
land, Ehe. Third row: Cardwell, Nilsen,
Adviser Stone, Clarkson, Beatty.
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We are the Future Homemakers of America.
We face the future with warm courage, and high hope.
For we have the clear consciousness of seeking old and
F For we are the builders of'homes, homes for America's
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4 Homes where truth and love and security and faith will
V A be realities not dreams.
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Q President ,,,,,t,,,,o ,.,,,,ttt,t . ,,,,,,,,t,, , Bessie Belle King
V Vice President , .. . ..., Darlene Olson
Secretary ,,,... . ,,,t ....,. ,,,,,t, R uth Engler
Treasurer ,, , Donna Kiel
Chairman ,, , ,t,, ,Grace Van Woudenberg
Chairman ,,,.,t ,,,. . .,,,,,t,ttttt A ureen Svedin
Chairman . ,, ,t,t,,, ,. ,,Onella Lee
Chairman , Elaine Groves
Chairman ,L ,,,t, Janet Olson
Adviser, , , , Mrs. Berry
Edith Ebe, Northwest Regional Chair-
mang Lois Johnson, State Treasurer.
First row: Lee, Sv:-vdin, Engler, E. Groves. Second row: D. Kiel, Mrs. Berry, J. Olson, Van Wouden-
berg. Third row: King, D. Olson.
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Learning to do
Doing to learn
Earning to live
Living to serve
, ,, Mr. Baldwin
First row: Rf-ichlin. Sibley, Pearson, Soderherg, Crf-asy, Granger, Spry, D. Johnson, Cowan,
Mc-lcher. Second row: Nelson, D. Erickson, Eastwood, R. Young, Graham, C. Young, Nordhy, H.
Erickson, Fribf-rg. Third row: Swobody, Leech, Reinke, Stenberg, Cole, Fenton, McNallif', D. Beck,
Cagey, O'Brine, Sturtz.
First row: Corze, Victor, A. Larsen, Blomquist, E. Thiessen. Tuttle, Bayer, Van Woudenb r
Fisher, Dale Jensen. Second row: Corsegner, L. Erickson, Burroughs, Gudhrandson, Doyle Jensen,
Coates, D. Gorsegner, Brown, Whalen, Hand. Third row: LaBounty, V. Johnson, N. Alley, Lee,
Hoffman, Handy, Kolstad, Valentine, Don Jensen, W. Larson, O'Callagl1am.
l believe in the future of farm-
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but of deeds-achievements won
by the present and past generations
of farmers, in the promise of bet-
ter ways, even as the better things
we now enjoy have come up to us
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from the struggles of former years.
I believe that to live and work on a good farm is
pleasant as well as challenging, for I know the joys and
discomforts of farm life and hold an inborn fondness for
those associations which, even in hours of discourage-
ment, I can not deny . . .
Front row qlbley Ol on SIIIHCXO DeForest 'Wver Nlonroe Matz Morsman Back row frangcr
Nheltfr Klfl Dorothy Karh Donna Karb Elmo 'VIcConnau hvy Howvll Ioomor Hr-nnk on
4 W Front row D Grange-r Arthur Granger F1 her Ardlth Cranger Rlley Morsman Ceraldme
-' Sxblev Lorwnv Holflvn Rs-llly Bark row Jensen Robertson Mclrher Gerald Sibley
Danny Br-ally Norflby TuttlP Barnhardt Hagen Ddvo Bvatty
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Thls plcture above shows the general atmosphere of skung at Mount Baker whlch
we could not have created for you by takmg a group plcture here at school
Thls year the Skl enthuslasts of Ferndale Hlgh organized as the Skl Club with
Rodney Hofman as presldent and Edlth Ebe secretary treasurer Mlss Hodge and
Mr Franko were advlsers Thelr ObJCCl.lVCS were to lnterest more students ID the
transportatlon for lts members
Edlth Ebe Belle Kmg Loyal Schwlsow Joe Clarkson Rodney Hofman and MISS
Hodge took advantage of the skung lessons offered by the Belhngham PTA and
Chamber of Commerce that were glVCH for slx consecutlve Saturdays durlng Janu
ary and Februarv
Others who dld not take the lessons but skled often durlng the wmter season were
LOIS Johnson Denny OCal1aghan Jlmmy Irwln Howard Cole Gay Shetler Ruth
Engler Barbara Jones Peggy Myers Peggy Rlley Donna Welermxller Jerry Corder
man and Doug Rogers also trled thelr luck on the snowy slopes
PICIUTC taken by Mlss Hodge
MOUNT BAKER SKI LODGE
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Seated: Jones, Ehe. Standing: L. Bice, Miss Dunagan, adviser,
Hawkinson, M. Johnson.
Serving as the Boys, Club
executive council, these boys
organized and carried out
the intramural program for
the year. It included touch
football, basketball, softball,
horseshoe, and badminton.
Bill Harriman was the
president and Mr. Franke,
President Edith Ebe and
her officers directed the
affairs of the largest club in
The smorgasbord, the tal-
ent review, the annual moth-
ers' and daughters' tea, were
the main projects of the year.
Left to right: Creasey, Harriman, Reimer, E. Kramer, Corze.
First row Marshall Blunt Mcffonnaughey Bauer Spry Ardih Granger Second row McAfee
Flnkbonner lane Engle-r Sandow George John on Behnke Third row Guthrie Wlolfe Holman
Corderman H Johnson VanDemark Cardwell 'Vln Hod 4
First row: Robertson M. Groves Johnson Sutherland, Hansen, Hawkinson. Second
row: Monroe, Friberg, Earnhardt, Holden, Shetler, Ebe. Third row: Fisher. Hagen
Lee, DeForest, King. Van Woudenberg. Fourth row Nordtvedt, Vickers. Standing: ,
John, Nelson, Dick, Clarkson, Granger, Miss Dunagan, Jonson, Burrous. 6
These two groups both
interested in learning more
about their particular lan-
guage, whether Latin or
Spanish, function as clubs
during the year.
The Latin Club was lead
by Janet Sutherland as pres-
ident, Miss Dunagan as
adviser. It was affiliated with
the Junior Scholastic League.
Miss Hodge advised the
Standing: M. Bice. Lorenz, Reimer, 0'Ne-al, Matz. Seated: Willems. Araway, Davis, Granger
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The Staff at their favorite pastime.
Editor-in-Chief ....ti........v..,i.....,...,, t..,,...,...,tv
Business Manager ...,,,. .,.v,,,s.,... J oe Clarkson
Art Editor ,oo.,t......,A.....,.,.,s,ov.. ,.,.,. I anet Sutherland
Associate Editor ,.......,,.....,.,,...,. ,,s........,, D onna Kiel
Associate Business Manager ......, ...,..,,s,,.. E d Kramer
Assistant Editor ,...,.r.........v,,.,...,,r ,r..... B ev Robertson
Typist ....,,,,s,.....,s,s..........v, - s,....., .......
Manager .,..... ......, R onald Handy
This year we have tried something new in publishing
your year book. It is what is known as lithography or off
set printing. Due to the lower cost of production it is
possible for us to give you a bigger book with more
We hope you like it.
OUR PAPERS STRENGTH LIES lN BEING OF THE STUDENTS BY THE STUDENTS FOR THE STU
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dvertlsing rates on request one -
Foothill 540' Printed by me.Lenem1an's Press of I-'emdaie High school 03- Ovfutfmffg
T , I Champs Editor, .................... ,--- ........... .....-.... P easy Myers '39 ,mival
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4 than 5eaS0Y' Feature Editor .... --.L .......... ......... .Edl U1 Ebe QS, Q 'fs-
1. good foo k over Sports Editor ..... ,.-.. .-......... M - Ed Kramer B Q 6
g YELL LEADERS WANT SCHOOL SPiRIT
Here it is another fall and the football season
in full swing. Tomorrow night the Eagles play
to Bellingham in our first league game. We
everybody's support at this and +L rest of the
throughout the year wi' - 5 l hool pep.
good old school l.-l3'Nl4m . Soep .We're
a Worki' Sgdle will WHS. Vh1Ch 1S
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Vlfdy to .8 Sadfogxes 'ZZ ggys W Gni:lV8i 6V8l'yb0dy
the bleachers ineew gale fehe, there and wherever
happen to be. 'ff9'if, " l
How many of you that
sit in the bleachers could
'Arwfhe we 100 lt Exchan e EaieBI- ..,........... ................... Do rothy Hansen Q fb
dewaymi ferndale gaialrgn Ediior ,,,,-..,,..,.. - ,,,... -,---, ............. Marilyn Johnson ? 422, J, QV
ey have th .nd Ad Manager .......................... --, .......-.- Jerry Brulahd 542, Qin Org,
Th me count-Y 1 5 Reporters ............ Darlene Oisong Elaine Whiteleyg Gail Blunt. ,qv,6oo'7f' 66
in here wefe ..,. Marilyn Araway, Bessie Belle King, Donna Karb,-Donna Klel ' 0 6f ooo 45
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mwasuc niveau? assiswniij Advisors ....,..l.................. .......... M r. Gates, Mr. Frankv eg Qeieozv,
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Coach Ying. have 3 101' 0 bball Jamboree. They also plan S 9909 'V ,b'9q,-Q-bo. 06 'bw 'goof' '7 " J'
H017-zlfexmto chooSQ ffgnlin the to play at various games until the ' V 01,9 0,555 48600 J'oo'0o,.'5sQ 'slag QL,
material ,Pep Band is organized. Carfoonist A- ,J-4f0,b Oygof- fo ff Q 61 filo QQ- 15
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Wednesday, Sept: 65,20 Cf. Go 'SW fS2l6"'oo Q'
clever chalk talker and 0600 450076 -13, 099 inch
named Bob Wood enterta " 45Q,f5g,'e,, QQ
Mr. Wood showed us some 'Z' 000033 -9 22nd
:unusual talents. He wrote l. 60500, ' -1 Peace
iwords backwards and upsn be J held-
Idown. He printed names of people Members of
yon canvas, then he draws a like- school at 12:30
lntess of the person into jc same. where they
EI m sure Mx. Wood has' u ad' .nrough the
i 1950-51 series. of ag S 6 '-
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comme. EVENTS 'QW gifs gy? dgrjr
September 29---Belllhgham--here bvofbe et? by t
October 5- ....,. ,Meridian here at a cofgffds arf?
. regional meeting School. 45'
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Left I0 rlght Cole. Moritz, Alleyn, Finley, and Beck- Left to right: Kohler, Reimer, Schwisow L Erick
man H Ef1CkQ0f1. Valentine. son, Reichlin, Pomeroy, Hawley, Tuttle LaBounty
Not always getting the credit due them, these groups pictured here carried on their
work faithfully and well during the year.
The two groups above composed Mr. Frankois two classes of printing. They printed
the Golden Eagle every third week, and in between, the small issue of the paper, known
as the '5Little Eaglef'
The Projectors Club, lower left, ran the moving picture projector for all classes, and
showed movies at noon.
Because of our congested parking area, this group, lower right, was organized to
direct cars and busses to parking spaces.
Left R Young, Kinnee, Leech, Swobody, Kolstad. Left: Brown, Eastwood, Cudbranson J McKay
Qeated Frlberg. Mork, C. Corcoran, Derr, adviser.
Due to an amendment to the
Associated Student Body Constitu-
tion, which calls for the election
of new song and yell teams. and
pep committee each year, these
two groups were elected during
the second quarter of school.
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D Hanson M Groves L Bice
Front row: E. Groves, Needham, L
Bice. Second: Stone, Lingbloom, San
dow. Third: Carr, Boraker, D. Kiel
Back row: Behme, B. Kiel.
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Ferndale Chapter of FHA served as
host when the Northwest Region held
its convention this fall. Saturday. Octo-
ber 14. over four hundred girls and
advisers from high schools all over
northwestern W'ashington gathered here
for morning and afternoon sessions.
Edith Ebe, who served as Northwest
Regional chairman this year, presided
over the meetings.
Guest speakers were the State Pres-
ident from Richland, and the winner
of the National Homemaker degree from
Colfax. The assistant state adviser was
also in attendance.
King, Ebe, Sutherland, Vanwoudenberg
Beverly Irwin, "Miss Autumn 749,"
and Ruth Engler, "Miss Autumn '5O."
Loomer, Engler, Clarkson
Left: National Homemaker, Helen
Frannes, and Assistant State Adviser,
State President, Carolyn Standridge
Vanwoudenberg, Marshall, Warren,
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Knley Hanriq Jens rw
Ped rso Easf arf Cowan:
Th omPSon Gates
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Shi eTo,0. Kiel
MBTZ , Howell
Marshall, Groves, N. Dunkin
Standing: O'Neall, J. Dunkin, N. Dunkin, Pederson, Rogers, Myers, Hodge, King,
Weiermiller, Sutherland, Altona, Reichlin, Beatty. Seated: Finley, VanWoudenberg,
Granger, Lorenz, Engler, Matz, Ebe, Davis, Needham.
Our Miss Brooks
Miss Brooks .....,,, ........., ,I ANET SUTHERLAND
Ted ,,,,,,e.,..,.,.,,,,, .......,,,,,,,, T ED ALTONA
Jane .......,.,,,.......... ......r,,.,,.... ,I EAN DUNKIN
Mr. Wadsworth ,..,.....
Miss Audubon. ...... ,......... M ADELINE DAVIS
Miss Finch ......... ,,,,,.,,oi.., C AY SHETLER
Mrs. Allen .......... ,.....,, P AT NEEDHAM
Marge ,,,,.,,, ,,,..........,..,,, R UTH ENGLER
Faith ..,....... ......
Rhonda ,........ ,..,..
Stanley ....o..... ,,i.
Top photo: J. Dunkin, Sutherland, Altona
Beatty. Middle photo: N. Dunkin, Rogers
Pederson, Sutherland. Lower photo, fore
ground: Pederson, N. Dunkin, Sutherland
Myers, Engler. Back: Reichlin, Needham
Granger, J. Dunkin, Altona, Finley, Rogers
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First row: Second row:
Seated: Diane Bowles, valedictoriang Marie
Erickson, salutatorian. Standing: Donald
Samms, class speakerg Rose Gullikson, class
speakerg Mickey Plaster, class speaker.
Mary Ann Long
JoAnne Manner and Donna Helms
"Be the Best of Whatever
Green and White
Zac may JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM-MAY, 1950
Shetler, Altona, Ebe, Christofferson, We-iermiller, Plaster, King, Bergh, Beatty
Giils waiting for the Grand March
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Our strong band can ne er be broken
Formed ln Ferndale Hlgh
Far surpasslng wealth unspoken
Dealed by frlendshlp s tle
Alma mater alma mater
Deep graven on each heart
Shall be found UIlW8VCI'lIlg tree
When we from llfe shall part
TEN TOP SENIORS CLASS OF 11
Janet Sutherland Grace VanWoudenberg Cay
Shetler Donna Welermlller Edlth Ebe Bessle
Belle Kmg Frleda DlCk Peggy Myers Ahce Nordt
vedt Nadean Dunkln
D A R CIRL
Janet Sutherland represented the senlor class at
the Daughter of the Amerlcan Revolutlon CIUZCII
FHA STATE HOMEMAKERS
SEINIORS DROPPED AT MID YEAR
Latm Club Janet Sutherland Spanlsh Club Pat
Sandow Glrls Club Ednth Ebe Boys Club Blll
Harrxman LettermensClub Lowell Pearson CAA
Marlen Blce Ushers Club Peggy Myqrs Llbrarl
ans Club Rosa Lorenz FFA Mervm Thlessen
FHA Belle Klng Projectors Don Swobody Skl
Club Rodney Hofman
Cheer cheer for old Ferndale Hmgh
Watch those Eagles soar o er the sky
Cheermg on for gold and blue
Let hear you cheer tlll the game IS through'
Then the uctory we If sure to wln
Once we wln we ll sure wln agaln
Cheermg on for Ferndale Fame
Oh cheer and well wln the gann l
The Achzevement Trophy was awarded to the Fern
dale Eagles by the Northwest Coaches ASSOCIBIIOH
SCHOOL Y ELL
Ferndale go V
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FFA STATE FARMERS
CLASS OF 1951
FLOWFR Whlte Carnatlon
MOTTO We are preparmg a way
COLORS steel grey and maroon
CLASS OF 1952
FLOWER Llly of the valley
MOTTO The Horzzon Wzdens as we clzmb
COLORS Lavender and whlte
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School opened a week later than usual III Sep
tember lnstead of August We were concerned but
not dlsappolnted to fmd that our L S Hlstory
teacher had been drafted and we would haxe to
walt untll a new one could be hlred
The Class of .32 st1ll held the mayor1ty about two
to one mer the senlors
MISS Hodge told about her vacatlonlng and
schoolmg 1n MEXICO C1ty whlle others were tellmg
about lNew York Yellowstone and Alaska yamly
w1sh1ng lt were xacatron tune agam
Football turn out got mto full swmg wrth a large
number of boys
lhe county Football Jamboree was held here
Bands from many county schools performed
lndludual plctures were taken for ASB tlckets
and the flrst set of annual plctures was taken Also
senlors were remlnded that graduation day IS not
too far off when the schedule for senlor PICIUFCS
Mr Stone came to be our hlstory teacher He
was a sprmg graduate of WSC whlch he kept
remmdmg us all year
FHA gxrls from all of northwest Washmgton
gathered here for thelr reglonal conventlon Ruth
Engler was crowned Mlss Autumn
Carnlval tlme came agam to FHS In Splte of the
wmd ram and storm our second annual all school
Carnlval was a success Janet Sutherland made her
contrlbutlon by pamtmg slgns and Spllllflg blue
On the 25th a specral vacatxon was had by all
Our Golden Eagles made a good showmg rn wm
mng over Baker on the Demmg fleld. Ed Pederson
had a good day, as he usually does agamst Baker
Joe received hls appomtment to Naval Academy.
Our football team contmued IIS wmnmg ways
untxl Nooksack came along We lost that one 1n the
fog of the nlght Ted had his appendlx out after the
Mr Amerlca put on a very educatlonal program
for the boys and mterestmg for the glrls too'
The second annual Homecomlng celebratlons
were held at the Lynden game The glrls looked
yery n1ce wlth the yellow mums sold by the Glrls
Wlth the show must go on as 1tS theme the
semors fmally managed to put on the productron
Our Mrss Brooks In splte of two appendlcltls
cases two other lllnesses and yarrous other per
sonal problems among the cast members the play
went off on schedule
F1rst quarter report cards were passed out
The Clrls Club served a smorgasbord to ralse
The Basketball Jamboree was staged at Bellmg
ham hlgh gym Ferndale appeared to have the
shortest team with the most Splflt
Chrlstmas yespers were beautlfully put on by the
Chorus and Orchestra A Cantata was the mam
event wlth varrous solos featured The Ushers wore
therr new unlforms for the frrst tlme
Mothers were honored guests when the FHA glrls
entertamed wrth a banquet The FFA boys served ln
thelr wh1te walters jackets
We lost a heart breaker to Belhngham by two
Our football team was honored by havmg flve on
the All County team Also a trophy for co cham
PIOHS of the county and a trophy for achlevement
from the coaches, assoclatlon
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t e wmter of all wuth all It snow and eo d
The basketball games progressed xlong the1r
not too merrw wax for Ferndale We lost a thrrller
to lNoolesaek m Ottfllllll
The Band and lhorus put on thelr eombmed
concert m the nnddle of a howlmg Illjfllltlgltl'
'Vlr Baldwm was m the hospltal reeoxermg from
an 0pCI'3l.l0I1 ln the same room to leeep hlm
company was Mr Holtzhelmer
The fates just arent falr We lost the closest
game of the season to Belhngham on our floor
by two polnts
A representatlve fre 1r11 Wester Washmgton Col
lege spoke to the senlors about the advantages ol
studylng at least one year at that college
For the boss there was a IIIOVIC on game and
The senlors traveled to Ly nden Hlgh School for
a conference about colleges ln Washington and
School was closed for one day when the Nook
sack flooded part of northern Ferndale and the
rlver bottom farms
School board electron was held for two posltlons
At the first meetmg of the new term the jumor
class was glven permlsslon to hold a prom ln the
gym, as dld the class last year
The PTA held 'gback to school nrght' for all
Vlllilltlll for Washmgtons Blrthdu
Thr lumor Class had two more of rts famous
ne auctions w ne tle shers sold eandy an
the Spanish Club eontmued to shme shoes
'Vlrs Berry at Home Economles meetmg
Ulympra for three days
lhe last pages of the annual went to press
X held lllC1l' annua mrxe
lut Anderson and hrs Orchestra played ftr a
lltlltl-ll. dame at the sleatmff rmle
Nlareh 3 the Chorus eompeted at Sedro Woollex
1n the chorus e frrm test 'Vlar1lyn Johnson leggx
Hrley and others sang rn the solo dlVlSl0Il
The state basketball tournament was held at the
lnlverslty gym lll 5eattle whmle CllSlI'lCt was at
lqour hundred QIFIQ and adusers gathered I
Bellingham for the State F H X meeting Ldlth Flu
presided at one of the QCQSIOIIS
'Nlr Carr and hrs band tras eled to 'Vlount Vernon
on the xth to take part 1n the band contest and
Instrumental solo contest
The Chorus presented thelr operetta whlch they
had been working on for the past month and a half
Mother Tea Clrls' Club Jumor and Semor Party
la banquet or a prom l May 20 Baccalaureate,
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CHEVROLET ALWAYS A GOOD BUY
Power Glide Transmlsslon
Auromoblle and lmplemeni' Par+s and Service
SEE US FOR ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
Phone Ferndale 260I
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Jewell Motor Company
24 Hour Wreclrmg Service Phone 233I
TOM GANNON RICKS BARBER SHOP
Insurance Ferndale Wash Cus+er Washmglon
Johnson s Fme Food
Corner of U S 99 and Norfhwesl Highways
Besl' Wishes Seniors
, ,ge 1 FERNDALE THEATER
Good Luclc Class of 5I
IOS W Holly Bellingham
FARMER S MEAT
On A Successful Year
BARR S CAMERA
Basemeni Bellingham Na+ Bank Bldg
For Smar+ Apparel for Ladies
H 8: H SPORTING GOODS
CARNATTON COMPANY Fishing Tackle - Boafs
0 Camping Equipmenf
Ferndale. W6Sl1ln9+0n Bellingham Washingfon
IRWIN S HARDWARE
BUSINESS COLLEGE ff
Good Luck Class of 5I
DICK and ILENES
RlcI1fueId Service CU5TE
Open on Sundays !w
Phone Ferndale 3456
Besf of Luck Sensors From
ARNY ANDERSON S STORE
The Bes'I Town C+y an Ihe SI'a'I'e
Bellingham -I9W9I9I' Washmgfon
Jack Slddle Manager L Groui' Prop
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BROWN AND COLE
Red Top Corner
LARSON SHOE SERVICE
Wesfcoasf Loggers Acrobaf Shoes
Fer dale Wash ngfon
J C PENNEY CO
CLYDE B CORY
C I8I I206 Cornwall Ave
SUCCESS BUSINESS COLLEGE
One-Sfop Shopping Cenfer
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF FERNDALE
Percy Hood M F Hashngs Jack Hood H P Lord S Brunner
HOLLY SPORTING GOODS
CECELIAS BEAUTY SHOP
O NEALL S GROCERY
Besi' Wishes Seniors
IRELAND 81 BELLINGAR
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w arm +o please
KEITH S GROCERY
Good Luck! Seniors!
The Besi' Hamburgers un Town
KEANS GENERAL STORE
MEAT AND LOCKER MARKET
Besf Wishes Seniors
KNAPP 8: KNAPP
Highway 99 Cusfer
The I95l Aquila Sfaff
appreciafesr The co-operafion
of ifs adverrisers.
PALACE BARBER SHOP
The Orlglnal Clap Jolnf
Good Luck Class of 5I
Congrafulaf ons Sensors
B B FURNITURE
The Bug LuHIe Sfore
Rouie 3 Ferndale Call 3555
"Always Good Service"
CongrafuIa+ions, Class of '5I
Hood and Snorfland
"Food and More Food"
Erme Paul Sharon and Bonme
HQLEMAN TRANSFER COMPANY
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DAILY S WYATT JEFFCOTT MOTORS
Real Esrare and Insurance Dependable Dodge Service
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Hundreds oi thousands oi stude
the nahon wh treasure therr qaqfwr-made
Yearbooks lor rnany years to come.
Thousands oi teachers and schooK admmrsrran
tors wekornc then 7dqlo1'mddt P-nnuaXs as
a necessary par! of kherr Varcnk and Yuhhc
We are proud to have had a par! un prescrvrnq
lhc rnomorws, tradrhons and achu-vemcnts of
rho schooXs or
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